Dems Falsely Lambasted JD Vance for ‘Great Replacement Theory’ — Yet Watch What Chuck Schumer Just Said

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The cheapening of words like “far-right” or “extremist” by leftist activists and their allies continued apace during the 2022 midterms, where Democrats and the establishment media never tired of smearing mainstream candidates as being on the fringes. Nowhere was this displayed more openly than in the Ohio Senate race.

The battle in the Buckeye State pitted “Hillbilly Elegy” author J.D. Vance and prolier-than-thou, blue-collar sycophant Democrat Rep. Tim Ryan against each other. Both viewed winning over the state’s working-class voters as the key to victory.

Vance, in part, sought to attract support by pointing out that Democrats are cynically keeping the borders open to illegal immigrants to lower labor costs for major corporations and drive Americans out of their jobs. This, just coincidentally, would also give the Dems a whole lot of new Hispanic voters in the long run, as illegal immigrants had children and/or received amnesty.

Ryan and his Democratic surrogates, meanwhile, accused Vance of advocating the “Great Replacement Theory,” smearing him as a far-right brigand in the process:

Now, there is a real “Great Replacement Theory” and it’s about as awful as it sounds. We’ll get into that later. However, if what Vance said passes muster as dog-whistling the “Great Replacement Theory,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer was also strangely echoing it — now that the midterms are over, of course.

Wonder of all wonders, he thought it was peachy keen.

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